UK artist Liza Adamczewski says the purpose of her #1000Postcards project is “to send little messages from Nature”. Her beguiling miniature artworks featuring diverse subjects of flora and fauna are certainly well worth individual attention. The creative idea, however, was also intended to culminate in a collective viewing of the work. In doing so the artist aspires to highlight the hugely important interconnections within Nature, while conveying the very meaning of biodiversity. Through her beautifully worked watercolours, she is therefore both charmingly and literally connecting her audience ...


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